• Yoga A to Z: What form of yoga is right for you?

    You wake up and your muscles ache. Every joint in your body feels stiff. During the day, you feel like you're out of energy. What are you going to do about it? How about trying yoga?

  • Long and Loose: Six Stretches for Optimal Training

    Time to get limber. If you want to lift, you have to stretch. Learn six must-do stretches from super-trainer Billy Polson.

  • Roll It Out: Untangle Your Knots With Foam Rollers

    Lower back pain? Tight leg muscles? Painful joints? Start using our foam roller program to lengthen your muscles and stretch you out.

  • Deeper Sweat: Reconsider Bikram Yoga

    A torturous series of 26 yoga poses done in a 104 degree studio over a 90-minute time span? Sounds great, right? It is. Learn why you should reconsider this hot, hard practice.

  • Scorpion Stretch

    The scorpion stretch is an excellent all-over body stretch that lengthens and strengthens your sides, legs, and lower back.

  • Get structurally sound with rolfing

    Rolfing, also known as Structural Integration, is a cousin of massage that deals with your body's fascia, the connective tissue that holds your bones and organs in place. Despite its painful reputation, its followers swear it does a body lots of good.

  • Stretch for success

    Got 15 minutes to keep your body limber and healthy? Sure you do. Flexibility training is just as important to your day as breakfast (with rewards as sweet as dessert).

  • The art of massage

    Basic massages are an important, if not vital, part of your exercise program. Learn how to find a massage therapist who's right for you.

  • So many massage types, so little time

    It's not necessary. It's just a sexual outlet. I don't need to be pampered. Wrong wrong wrong. Massage is an essential part of any serious athlete's regimen. Find the right massage technique for you.